Armstrong’s Pavilion C filled with the sound of popular Indian music, laughter and conversation. The smell of traditional Indian paneer tikka permeated the room while some ate, some played trivia games and others received henna tattoos. Some were even wearing traditional Indian clothing. The Indian Students Association held its second-annual “A Night in India” event on Saturday night with the goal of spreading awareness and understanding of Indian culture. The room was filled with different stations with information on the country of India and the organization’s philanthropy projects, henna tattoos, a photo booth and a table of traditional Indian...Read More
Oct 14, 2017 | Culture
Trevor Noah heard screams of excitement and joy as he walked out onto the stage at his nearly sold-out performance in Millett Hall on Saturday evening. As part of Miami University’s annual Family Weekend, students and parents alike waited anxiously to see the young comedian, who has become a household name since his immigration to the United States in 2011. Noah is a South African television host and comedian, most popular as the successor of Jon Stewart as host of “The Daily Show.” After starting on a South African soap opera at the age of 18, Noah has gone...Read More
Miami University’s Symphony Orchestra performed the first concert of its 101st season on Friday, October 6. The concert, titled “The Symphony of the Dance,” featured a diverse program of music, with all the pieces centered around the theme of fighting for freedom. This year’s theme comes from the concert’s dedication to Daniel Pearl’s World Music Days. Daniel Pearl was an American journalist for the Wall Street Journal who was murdered by terrorists while on assignment in Pakistan in 2002. In response to the tragedy, his family and friends created World Music Days, an annual series of orchestral concerts, as...Read More
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